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  • Three Potain cranes keep Warsaw apartment block project on schedule

    Contractor Totalbud S.A is using two Potain MDT 109 top-slewing cranes and one Igo T 70 A self-erecting crane to construct the Oszmiańska 20 apartment complex in Warsaw, Poland, on a tight schedule.

  • Potain MCT 88 promotes quiet and efficient operations on luxury retirement living projects

    • Jones Homes is using two Potain MCT 88 topless city cranes to construct luxury properties for the active over-55s in Wilmslow, Cheshire and Last Drop Village near Bolton. 
    • The homebuilder’s use of the cranes removes the need for forklifts or other material handling machines on site, contributing to quiet, efficient and productive construction.
    • The remote operation also drives efficiency, by enabling the operator to move around the site to multiple vantage points and cooperate easily with other trained site personnel.

  • Grove GMK5250L’s easy mobility delivers precise lifts at Peruvian mine

    • The 300 USt (250 t) all-terrain crane performed lifts on a busy road and its compact footprint helped make room for other vehicles to travel while the job was being completed.
    • The GMK5250L helped operators overcome the challenge of moving 1.3 USt (1.2 t) roof segments over massive oil tanks thanks to the crane’s 50-degree jib offset.

  • Manitowoc launches Potain Build Better website for Asia-Pacific

    • New website for Potain self-erecting cranes gives regional users information specific to Asia-Pacific.
    • The responsive website will help support the growing interest in the cranes in this part of the world.

  • Prepare for comfort. Manitowoc introduces state-of-the-art driver’s cab “cab2020” on Grove three-axle all-terrain cranes

    Designed with customer needs in mind and a focus on the latest crash-test requirements in Europe, Grove three-axle all-terrain cranes now feature a spacious new carrier cab, known as cab2020.

  • Radius Group’s first Potain MRH 175 tackles congested, inner city jobsite with ease

    Northampton-based lifting specialist Radius Group, the UK partner for NFT Specialized in Tower Cranes, is the first Manitowoc partner in England to take delivery of and erect a Potain MRH 175.

  • Frana Companies accelerates construction with Potain Igo T 85 A

    • The company used the self-erecting crane on a recent apartment complex project, greatly increasing the speed of construction over conventional equipment.
    • Crane operators appreciated the crane’s remote operation, as it afforded them better communication and flexibility on the ground with their crew.
    • Managing just one piece of hoisting equipment, as opposed to several machines, enabled workers to complete more tasks throughout the day.

  • Fahad S Al Tamimi & Partners Co (Tamimi Rentals) invests in Grove rough-terrain cranes to diversify its business

    • Tamimi Rentals purchases 50 new Grove rough-terrain cranes to lead its long-term business expansion in oil and gas work.
    • The order consists entirely of GRT8100 models, which the company selected for their powerful lift capacity and flexibility in navigating challenging job sites.

  • Link Construction increases homebuilding speed by 3 weeks with Potain self-erecting crane

    • The contractor placed a Potain Igo MA 21 between two homes — dramatically increasing construction efficiency on both builds.
    • By using a crane that can lift most materials and reach the entire jobsite, Link Construction eliminated the need for other equipment such as mobile cranes or additional forklifts.
    • The remote-controlled self-erecting tower crane helped in all stages of the building process by lifting and placing floor joists, wall segments and roof trusses.

  • Fager Framing reduces build time by 50% with Potain self-erecting tower crane

    • The company deployed a Potain Igo T 85 A to erect a building complex in Cedar Falls, Iowa, replacing up to five pieces of equipment with one single crane.
    • Fager is finding the crane has helped workers not only increase productivity, but also plan the build better due to the crane’s reliability and readiness to operate.


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